The Warm & Safe Heated Socks are in stock! Made for the Motorcyclist with heat in the toe area where bikers atually get cold from wind and spray. Made from micro fleece, they are not bulky and using the latest in flat heat technology, you do not feel wires. So unlike the other products on the market, our heated socks keep your feet warm where they get cold, they are not too bulky to fit in your boots and they are comfortable!
Posted by Jeff on 30th Oct 2013
I've always enjoyed cool weather riding. I could bundle up but you can't wear moon boots on a motorcycle. My feet were the first to go cold. When you can no longer shift gears it's time to quit. With my new heated socks plugged into my heated pants liner I stay warm and toasty. They put the heat where you need it for riding. On top of the foot and over the toes. Perfect.
Posted by joe walton on 13th Oct 2013
I can't thank W&S enough for extending my riding season for a couple of months each year. These socks are toasty! Much better idea than heated soles, in my opinion. I feel very good about doing business with these people as well, as they are steadfast about responding to questions, problems, and concerns on various internet riding forums. Also offering Youtube videos for illustration and instructions. Five stars!
Posted by Robert (the TourMaster) on 31st Jan 2013
I love to ride. I love to ride long distances, like cross country. When the cold weather hits the northeast, I still like to ride 100-200 miles a trip. But even on my K1200LT the windchill has a cutting, biting way of rushing over your boot (especially on the highway).
Put on a pair of Warm and Safe Socks, along with other Warm and Safe gear, and you remain a distance rider year round. I love them.
Posted by Kevin. on 15th Jan 2013
Linked to the pants set with it's own controller to my chosen temperature, I don't feel heat - I just don't feel cold any more! The balance seems to be perfect. And I use 'All Season' boots, not winter.
Posted by Peter Hemmerich on 17th Oct 2012
With only one use, so far so good. Make sure you have a controller. They get very warm.
Including washing instructions would be a good idea.